To complain or comment about a rail journey or station, use the contact details for the appropriate company below. Why not copy your correspondence to SENRUG (and please also tell us if you are a SENRUG member).
Clicking on these links will open a new webpage in your browser, on top of the SENRUG page.
For journeys on Northern trains, or station facilities at any station in South East Northumberland except Newcastle
Tel: 0800 200 6060
London North Eastern Railway (LNER)
For journeys on LNER trains or station facilities at stations operated by LNER which include Newcastle, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Durham, York, Doncaster and Peterborough
Tel: 03457 225 333
London North Eastern Railway
For journeys on CrossCountry trains
Tel: 03447 369123
18 The Priory Queensway
Tyne & Wear Metro
For issues with the Metro or Metro stations
Tel: 0191 203 3199
Metro Control Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne
TransPennine Express run services between Edinburgh, Morpeth, Newcastle and York, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool
Tel: 0345 600 1671
FREEPOST ADMAIL 3878
Grand Central is an Open Access Train Operator who runs services from Sunderland (and Yorkshire) to London.
Tel: 0345 603 4852
Grand Central Rail
18 The Priory Queensway
For issues concerning railway infrastructure such as fences, bridges etc, or about the stations Network Rail operate directly which include Kings Cross, Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Central
Tel: 08457 11 41 41
90 York Way
The national, statutory passenger and road user group
Tel: 0300 123 2350
British Transport Police
If you wish to report a crime on the railway or trespass on railway infrastructure, or have information about a crime or suspected crime
Tel: In an emergency ring 999 otherwise 0800 40 50 40
Newcastle Police Station
Newcastle and Sunderland Police Station
1 Neville Street
Not Sure Which Company to Contact?
Just go to www.fixmytransport.com , they will send your comment or complaint on to the right company.
Looking for compensation for a delayed journey?
If your journey involved more than one company, the general rule is that you should approach the company you bought the ticket from, not the company who operate the train that was delayed. If you bought your ticket from a station then that is the company that operates that station. For journeys involving just one or predominantly one train company, go to their website first and look at their Delay Repay scheme.
If your company is listed above but your details are incorrect, please use our Contact page to advise us (send your amendment to the Chair)